Specialist Family and Deceased Estates Lawyers

Family Lawyers Melbourne

When going through separation and the subsequent family law processes to follow; divorce, property settlement, parenting arrangements etc, the supports you have around you make all the difference.

Probate and Estate Ligitation Lawyers Melbourne

Probate and estate litigation is often referred to as deceased estates law. It includes a range of services from administration of deceased estates, disputes between executors to contesting a Will and more. We have probate and estate administration and estate litigation lawyers able to assist you with all services related to a deceased estate.

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How does mediation work in family law matters?

How does mediation work in family law matters?

When the issues in question are as important as your children, wellbeing, or home, it is important that you are at the forefront of the decision-making process. Mediation is one of several alternative dispute resolution processes in family law which can provide a forum for both parties to negotiate their options and reach an agreed resolution.
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How long does an application for a Grant of Probate take?

How long does probate take in Victoria?

The timeframe for probate in Victoria can vary, depending on a number of factors. Generally, the official Court process of granting an application for a Grant of Probate, assuming the application is complete and accurate, will be 1-4 weeks. However, there are other matters that can delay probate.
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A guide to family law Consent Orders

A guide to family law Consent Orders

Although there is no legal requirement to formalise agreement about parenting arrangements or property settlement, sometimes parties might prefer to make their agreement legally binding. Consent Orders are a way in which parties can formalise any agreement they have reached with their ex-partner.
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What are Search Orders in family law property settlement?

What are Search Orders in family law property settlement?

Search orders are a type of court order that allows one party to search premises related to another party to locate and seize specific documents or other evidence related to a family law matter.
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